Monday, March 4, 2013

Event Update For 2013-03-03

Full Hypothesis

Summary of Hypothesis

The seas, lakes and oceans are now pluming deadly hydrogen sulfide and suffocating methane. Hydrogen sulfide is a highly toxic water-soluble heavier-than-air gas and will accumulate in low-lying areas. Methane is slightly more buoyant than normal air and so will be all around, but will tend to contaminate our atmosphere from the top down. These gases are sickening and killing oxygen-using life all around the world, including human life, as our atmosphere is increasingly poisoned. Because both gases are highly flammable and because our entire civilization is built around fire and flammable fuels, this is leading to more fires and explosions. This is an extinction level event and will likely decimate both the biosphere and human population and it is debatable whether humankind can survive this event.


A. More fires and more explosions, especially along the coasts, but everywhere generally.
B. Many more animal die-offs, of all kinds, and especially oceanic species.
C. More multiples of people will be found dead in their homes, as if they'd dropped dead.
D. More corpses found in low-lying areas, all over the world.
E. More unusual vehicular accidents.
F. Improved unemployment numbers as people die off.

Category: Other Stories Of Interest
2013-03-03 - Foul odor permeates coastal Santa Monica, blamed on methane release from Santa Monica Bay:
Quote: "Santa Monica Fire said in a department statement that they believe the strong odor was caused by a naturally occurring methane leak below the ocean floor. 'This morning there was a large release of natural ocean floor methane released in the Santa Monica Bay,' the statement said."
Quote: "Last September, a widespread sulfurous stench that blanketed parts of the Southland was apparently traced back to a biological occurrence on the landlocked Salton Sea."
Note: The Salton Sea event, which produced a stench throughout southern California, was hydrogen sulfide, which authorities said was coming from the Salton Sea. Methane has no odor, so they didn't smell methane in Santa Monica. Natural gas is primarily methane and they add stinky mercaptan to it so that it has a smell. I don't doubt that there was a methane release from underwater in Santa Monica Bay, but the smell was from other gases, quite possibly hydrogen sulfide.
Prediction A - More Fires and Explosions, Especially Coastal

2013-03-03 - Mysterious explosions rattling residents of Flint (Michigan):

Quote: "It comes unannounced. It shakes the walls and the floors and freaks out the pets.
People who have experienced it all describe it the same way. 'Explosions,' said Juan Lara, a 67-year-old man who lives near Center Road and Davison Road. Lara and others said it's been happening off and on for about a year. It usually happens in the afternoon, maybe once every few weeks. But, lately, it's more frequent."

Note: These explosions being heard and felt around the world are very likely atmospheric hydrogen sulfide and/or methane plumes igniting and detonating. When they explode high in the sky then they are accompanied by a flash of light. When they explode nearer the ground then people may not see the flash of light, but the shaking of the ground and homes nearby may be more intense. Eventually these explosions may equal the destructive force of small thermonuclear weapons, like the Hiroshima blast but minus the radiation...

2013-03-03 - Fishing boat bursts into flame at dock in harbor in coastal Cape Town (South Africa):

2013-03-03 - Fishing boat bursts into flame at Rassada Port in coastal Phuket (Thailand):

2013-03-03 - Boat bursts into flame at coastal Orange Beach (Alabama):

2013-03-03 - Several tractor trailers destroyed by fire at business in Portage County (Wisconsin):

2013-03-03 - Semi bursts into flame outside shopping center in Omaha (Nebraska):

2013-03-03 - Semi bursts into flame while parked on Kendall Street in Waldorf (Maryland):

2013-03-03 - Truck bursts into flame on Highway 36 in Potosi (Texas):

2013-03-03 - Luxury bus bursts into flame on highway in Virar, near coastal Mumbai (India):

2013-03-03 - Two parked SUVs burst into flame in Albuquerque (New Mexico):

Note: It was actually probably one of them that burst into flame and the fire spread to the other. That's also why it's probably not wise to park your vehicle next to someone else's vehicle, or next to your residence...

2013-03-03 - Car bursts into flame inside garage at home in Bel Air (Maryland), fire spreads, home devastated too:

Note: Got an attached garage and park your vehicle in it? You could soon be facing the same problem...

2013-03-03 - Car bursts into flame outside home in Maplewood (New Jersey):

2013-03-03 - Car bursts into flame near coastal Christchurch (New Zealand), fire spreads, brush fire breaks out:

2013-03-03 - Car bursts into flame near Whole Foods store in Austin (Texas):

2013-03-03 - Car bursts into flame at the Toowoomba Range near Toowoomba (Australia):

2013-03-03 - Car bursts into flame in mall parking garage in Bridgewater Township (New Jersey):

2013-03-03 - Car bursts into flame while parked in Bourne (Britain):

2013-03-03 - Car bursts into flame on Church Lane in Little Driffield (Britain):

2013-03-03 - Car bursts into flame in Sainsbury’s parking lot in Timperley (Britain):

2013-03-03 - Car bursts into flame on street in Slough (Britain), fire damages 2 nearby cars too:

2013-05-03 - Car bursts into flame on the M1 near Alfreton (Britain):

2013-03-03 - Two vehicles burst into flame on same block of Hammonds Avenue in Huntsville (Alabama):

2013-03-03 - Vehicle bursts into flame on I-64 in coastal Newport News (Virginia):

2013-03-03 - Three snowmobiles burst into flame inside transport trailer in Tangent (Oregon):

2013-03-03 - RV trailer bursts into flame at RV park in Indio (California):

2013-03-03 - Car, several snowmobiles and garage destroyed by fire in Troy (New Hampshire):

2013-03-03 - Truck, tractor, combine, forklift and barn destroyed by fire in Kinderhook (New York):

2013-03-03 - Barn destroyed by fire in Morris (Minnesota), 1800 hogs incinerated:

2013-03-03 - Barn destroyed by fire in Meeker County (Minnesota), 11 pigs and cow killed:

2013-03-03 - Barn destroyed by fire in Canaveral Groves (Florida), 2 miles from the coast, horse killed:

2013-03-03 - Barn damaged by fire in Hooper (Utah):

Note: Lots of water heater-related fires lately. One reason for that is that they have pilot lights, so when any flammable hydrogen sulfide and/or methane accumulates near one, fire breaks out. Another reason is that hydrogen sulfide is water soluble and it is getting into the water supply, so even if the building is 100% airtight, the gas can still infiltrate the building via the water supply then evaporate out near water heaters, which have that pilot light burning right there to cause ignition once enough gas accumulates...

2013-03-03 - Sewer plant damaged by fire in coastal New Orleans (Louisiana), boil water advisory issued:

2013-03-03 - Four classrooms destroyed by fire at Sun Valley High School in coastal Los Angeles (California):

2013-03-03 - Unoccupied Boy Scout cabin bursts into flame at campground near Providence (Rhode Island):

2013-03-03 - High school building damaged by fire in coastal San Jose (California):

2013-03-03 - Organic materials burst into flame at business in Covington (Washington):

2013-03-03 - Dumpster bursts into flame at mall in Barboursville (West Virginia):

2013-03-03 - Unoccupied home seriously damaged by fire in Bayou Cane (Louisiana):

Note: When I say 'unoccupied' I mean someone lives there (or works there if it's a business), but nobody was there at the time. When I use the term 'vacant' I mean that nobody lives or works there at all. So in this case the fire broke out while the occupants were away somewhere...

2013-03-03 - Blaze damages home in coastal Middle River (Maryland), 1 injured:,0,6543028.story

2013-03-03 - Log cabin home burns down in Harrison (Maine), 1 injured:

Note: Harrison straddles Long Lake and Crystal Lake...

2013-03-03 - Deadly fire tears through home in coastal Baltimore (Maryland), 1 killed:,0,4585053.story

2013-03-03 - Vacant home burns in Lynn (Massachusetts):

2013-03-03 - Vacant house burns in Garden City (Idaho):

2013-03-03 - Vacant trailer burns in the Easter Shore area of Virginia:
Prediction B - More Animal Die-Offs

2013-03-03 - Pygmy sperm whale mother and calf strand at Jensen Beach (Florida), will be euthanized:

2013-03-03 - Humpback whale calf washes ashore dead in Oahu (Hawaii):
Prediction D - More Corpses In Low-Lying Areas

2013-03-03 - Man found burned to death in Forest Park in coastal Queens (New York):

2013-03-03 - Fire chief for the Knotts Island Volunteer Fire Department suddenly dies in Currituck County (North Carolina):

2013-03-03 - Man, 72, found dead on cruise ship in Darwin Harbor (Australia):

Note: A woman, 24, was found dead the prior month on a cruise ship in Darwin Harbor too, as mentioned in the 2013-02-02 update...

2013-03-03 - Man found dead in the River Leam in Leamington (Britain):

2013-03-03 - Man found dead at beach near Joe Cools in Durban (South Africa):

2013-03-03 - Man found dead in water at Pacific Beach near coastal San Diego (California):

2013-03-03 - Body found in Lake Townsend in Greensboro (North Carolina):

2013-03-03 - Woman, 25, drops dead in flat in Dundee (Britain):

2013-03-03 - Woman in her 70s found dead on street in Brookville (Ohio):

2013-03-03 - Girl, 17, found dead in well in Maharashtra (India):

2013-03-03 - Inmate, 51, drops dead in cell in Lerdo (California):

2013-03-03 - Man, 47, found dead in ditch in Orangeburg (South Carolina):

2013-03-03 - Woman found dead in pickup truck in College Park (Georgia):

2013-03-03 - Woman found dead in her car in ditch in Columbus (Montana):

2013-03-03 - Man, 55, drops dead in hotel in coastal Mumbai (India):
Prediction E - More Unusual Vehicular Accidents

2013-03-03 - Small plane crashes just after takeoff from airport in Angel Fire (New Mexico), all 4 aboard killed:

2013-03-03 - Passenger bus veers off road into river in southwestern Nepal, 15 killed, 25 injured:

2013-03-03 - Tractor trailer hauling 39 tons of cheese overturns on I-81 near Riverheads (Virginia):

2013-03-03 - Fire truck rolls away in Orlando (Florida):

Quote: "Officials said there was an issue with the brakes."

Note: As mentioned, tire rubber is absorbing hydrogen sulfide and/or methane, likely the former because it's a heavier-than-air gas and tires sit on the ground. Then when brakes are applied, the brake-friction generates more heat than it normally would (since hydrogen sulfide burns very hot), and then bad stuff can happen: tires ignite and/or explode, brakes burn up, brake lines or hydraulic lines or power steering lines rupture and leak, the vehicle goes up in flames, or all of the above. The brakes were probably either fried or the brake lines had ruptured from being exposed to more heat than normal...

2013-03-03 - SUV and car collide head-on, on I-5 near Canyonville (Oregon), 1 killed, 1 injured:

2013-03-03 - Two pickup trucks collide head-on, in San Antonio (Texas), 1 killed, 1 critically injured:

2013-03-03 - Car and SUV collide head-on, SUV bursts into flame, near Binford Road in Houston (Texas), 3 killed, 1 injured:

Note: All three of the above stories involved wrongway drivers...

2013-03-03 - Pickup veers over centerline, hits pickup head-on, in Palm Desert (California), in Riverside County, 2 killed, 3 injured:

2013-03-03 - Car veers off road, slams telephone pole, bursts into flame, in coastal Woodbury (New York):
Animal Attacks

2013-03-03 - Dog attacks and injures young girl and boy in the Oak Springs Subdivision of coastal King William County (Virginia):

Note: Girl's thumb was bitten off...

2013-03-03 - Pit bull attacks and kills young boy in Galesburg (Illinois):

2013-03-03 - Wolves tear young boy apart near lake in Essey (Russia):
Other Stories Of Interest

2013-03-03 - Swarm of locusts descends on Cairo (Egypt):


  1. "Note: Lots of water heater-related fires lately. One reason for that is that they have pilot lights, so when any flammable hydrogen sulfide and/or methane accumulates near one, fire breaks out. Another reason is that hydrogen sulfide is water soluble and it is getting into the water supply, so even if the building is 100% airtight, the gas can still infiltrate the building via the water supply then evaporate out near water heaters, which have that pilot light burning right there to cause ignition once enough gas accumulates..."

    Because H2S is water soluble wouldn't that make the water heaters potential bombs? If a high enough percentage of H2S accumulates inside of them at one time and then the pilot light ignites wouldn't that cause the entire tank to explode?

    Also, how much safer is an electric water tank? Probably not by too much because they also have an ignition that causes a spark,

    It looks like a 100% passive solar water heater would be the safest to use because there is no spark from ignition.

    1. I don't THINK it works like that, but then again, I don't know of any research done on that. But oxygen is a problem with fires, like people who use oxygen and who also smoke; that makes fires ignite easier. It's the gaseous oxygen that's the problem. But you can't get enough oxygen into water to cause that problem with oxygen-rich water, and like oxygen, only so much hydrogen sulfide will dissolve into water before the water won't hold more. So the water tanks themselves shouldn't become bombs, but they're potentially a kind of bomb-CREATOR, where they provide a source of the gaseous hydrogen sulfide over time AND the ignition source.

      Good point on the solar water heaters. That HAS to be safer, since no flame or spark.

    2. Thinking more, you could be right too. I don't know a lot about how water tanks work, functionally, on the inside. If they hold water but they also have space for air above the water inside the tank, then that air could fill up with hydrogen sulfide over time and if the water itself got hot enough then perhaps the tank COULD explode. If the tanks are completely filled with water, no air space above the water, then they shouldn't explode themselves, but if there's air space above the water then they very well could. That might even be the kind of thing that varies by manufacturer.

    3. I'm not an expert on water heaters either but I have replaced some & repaired some & on the standard water heater design for both gas & electric there is insulation that surrounds them on the sides that could absorb H2S. There is the main inner tank & then the outer sheet-metal covering with the insulation sandwiched in between. There is a YT video of a water heater that was cut in half at this channel: gregvancom.

      That's good to know that the water inside the tank could never absorb enough H2S to make it a potential bomb but not good to know that the insulation surrounding the inner tank & the empty air space at the top could absorb H2S & cause it to be a potential bomb. With the copper piping & gas or electricity involved no wonder why many of the fires & explosions are starting because of the water heaters.
      It's almost the same formula for the vehicles with their copper wiring & electrical ignition source. Are the acidic gases from the battery itself also contributing to the igniting when they are combined with the H2s or methane gases?

      The gas hot water heater that I use is a very small on demand type that I have located on the basement brick wall about 5 feet off the floor. It is a type that is popular in South America that I bought on Ebay. It is for LP gas but works well on NatGas. It has a clever turbine switch design so turning on the hot water faucet automatically ignites the burner. The hot water it provides is not instant but quick enough & never runs out. But even with this type there is still the risk of explosion but lesser because of it's distance from the floor.

    4. Ah, right, of course, insulation! *smacks head* Obviously they have to be insulated. In fact, there have been other INSULATION-related fires too! And the copper pipes too, or wiring for electric water heaters, yes. Yours sounds about as safe as one could expect to achieve, significantly elevated off the floor like that, with on-demand firing so there's no constant flame. If you have drains in your basement, you should make sure those stay clear too, so any hydrogen sulfide not absorbed into stuff can flow away.

      I have no idea on battery gases and their possible reactivity. I wouldn't be surprised if they have some effect, but the problem's so bad anyway that I doubt it really makes much difference in the grand scheme of things even if they are reactive.